ISLAMABAD (APP) Federal Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Dr Baber Awan Thursday announced the re-establishment of Islamabad High Court. Addressing the ceremony of presenting cheques to Islamabad High Court Bar Association, the law minister said the Parliament passed 18th Amendment as per commitment made in the Charter of Democracy including formation of Judicial Commission as promised by the late PPP Chairperson and PML-N chief Mian Nawaz Sharif. Regarding the appointment of judges, he said the chief justice and judges for the said court would be appointed from all units of the federation. The minister also presented a cheque worth Rs 1.5 million for IHCBA as well as for establishment of lawyers library. Meanwhile, according to a notification issued by the law ministry on Thursday, the high court for Islamabad Capital Territory has been established with immediate effect and will start functioning on appointment of judges, in accordance with the Constitution. In terms of Article 175 of the Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, as amended by the Constitution (Eighteenth Amendment) Act, 2010, the High Court for Islamabad Capital Territory is hereby established at Islamabad with immediate effect, says the notification.